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Old 03-11-2010, 09:57 AM
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Default Dash removal.

Anyone know how to remove the instrument/controls part of the dash (the plastic part, not the metal dash frame)?
I have the top of the dash unscrewed, the passenger airbag, glovebox, radio, a/c controls, headlight switch and instrument cluster removed.

I really don't want to remove the entire dash and it seems that the section that holds all these controls, once undone should come out on it's own.
I need it undone because I want access behind to route wires and mount an alarm unit. I also need the left drivers panel (next to the brake release lever) removed to get to the fuse box, and it all seems to be one complete piece that is separate from the top of the dash.

Oh and I am also having issues getting the cup holder out - I've undone all the screws but it still seems stuck.

Alternatively, if you know how to take the fuse box out without removing the dash and kick panel components, I could probably work with that given what I already have removed.

Btw, I have chrysler's technical details on dash removal...but it only covers COMPLETE dash removal and I don't want to be removing the steering wheel or the whole dash for that matter.

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